• Kirby Super Star Ultra (Nintendo DS)

    Re-inventing the popular Kirby series, this edition, the Kirby Super Star Ultra includes improved graphics and completely set animated scenes. Run, float, and swallow enemies with the Helpers, to defeat King Dedede and the evil Meta Knight, in this Nintendo DS video game. Three added touch-controlled mini-games can be played with three more friends with the DS Download Play in this action video game.
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  • Squinkies Surprize Inside (Nintendo DS)

    The award-winning girl's toy line that features tiny people, animals, and babies encased in clear plastic bubbles makes its DS debut with Squinkies: Surprize Inside. Playing as a Squinkies' princess, you'll participate in one of six mini-games to find and collect more than 250 Squinkies in total. Featured game types include matching, puzzle, painting, and pool. In addition to the activities, the game includes an interactive gumball playhouse that lets you insert magic coins to receive a random toy in return. Keep track of your in-game collection by visiting the bubble bank, where you'll be able to view your animated Squinkies and listen to music.
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  • Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Mans Chest (Nintendo DS)

    In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, players take the role of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, or Elizabeth Swan, and navigate them through 19 levels of supernatural intrigue. Stationary scurvy sea dogs will utilize 17 different weapons to defeat 29 diverse enemies, while perfecting each of the character's special moves. A variety of single- and two-player mini-games include "Walk the Plank," "Shoot the Monkey," and "Boom Barge," and two players can cooperatively engage any level using "wireless" mode. Playable enemy characters -- including Mortician, Voodoo Doll, and Cannibal Warrior -- are unlocked by beating enemy bosses and finding the unlock statue within each level. The game is based lightly on the 2006 sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean from Walt Disney Pictures.
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  • Yoshi Touch & Go (Nintendo DS)

    Starring Baby Mario and the cute (though voracious) dinosaur himself, Yoshi: Touch & Go translates the time-honored gameplay of the character's earlier exploits for use with the Nintendo DS' unique interface. Games begin with Baby Mario falling from the sky, as in Super Mario World 2, but players can help out by drawing clouds to cushion his fall and steer him toward bonuses and power-ups. Brave Yoshi traverses challenging platform-style levels, as in Yoshi's Story and other earlier adventures, but in Touch & Go, players guide him with the stylus and touch screen instead of D-pad and actions buttons.
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  • DK Jungle Climber (Nintendo DS)

    The sequel to 2005's King of Swing on Game Boy Advance, DK: Jungle Climber stars characters and elements introduced in Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country series on the 16-bit Super NES. Diddy Kong now tags along on Donkey Kong's back to help his uncle complete objectives. Once again the action primarily involves using the left and right shoulder buttons to climb on pegboards with Kong's left and right hands. New features include levels spanning two screens in height, additional moves and items, and an assortment of mini-games to unlock. Characters and backgrounds in Jungle Climber are rendered with a 3D effect, mimicking the style used in the Donkey Kong Country series. The single-player adventure mode has gamers guiding both Donkey and Diddy in a quest to stop King K. Rool's nefarious plans.
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  • Lunar Dragon Song (Nintendo DS)

    Lunar: Dragon Song is a departure from the longstanding role-playing game series, which debuted on Sega CD before seeing enhanced remakes on the original PlayStation. For its DS debut, Lunar: Dragon Song takes place 1,000 years before the events chronicled in 1993's Lunar: The Silver Star Story. Players take control of young Jian as he stumbles upon a frightening discovery in the peaceful world of Lunar: a demonic invasion. Jian vows to stop the threat to his homeland with the help of plucky friends Gabryel, Lucia, Flora, and Rufus. Together the party will vanquish an assortment of evil spirits in turn-based combat, while searching high and low for battle cards that will further enhance each party member's abilities. Special DS features include touch-screen movement, microphone support for issuing commands, and
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  • Yoshi Island DS (Nintendo DS)

    After Baby Luigi is kidnapped and taken aboard a mysterious floating castle, Yoshi and his band of baby buddies must rescue the pint-sized plumber. Similar to the previous SNES title, Yoshi's Island DS accentuates the features of the DS by presenting the action on both screens, such as a two-story boss or a enormous rolling boulder. Players guide the dino do-gooder through environments including "Gilbert the Gooey's Fortress" with either Wario, Donkey Kong, Peach, or Mario strapped to Yoshi's back. In certain situations, Yoshi may even morph into a vehicle. Throughout the levels, players can switch riders at special markers, as the current objective may require one character's special skill. For example, Wario owns a large magnet to pull objects including coins toward him, and Peach can soar up to
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  • NCAA Football 13 (PlayStation 3)

    EA Sports' long-running college football series returns to campus with a new mode and enough updates and adjustments to fill a college textbook in NCAA Football 13 for PlayStation 3. The most significant change for this season is an emphasis on more realistic passing and pass defense, with "Total Control Passing" allowing quarterbacks to take specific dropbacks, pump fake, and change the trajectory of each pass, and the new "Read & React Defense" producing more realistic reactions from linebackers and defensive backs by requiring them to see the ball before they make a play on it. Adding to the franchise's stable of career modes is the new "Heisman Challenge," in which gamers can play as a selection of former Heisman Trophy winners and attempt to duplicate their award-winning stats. The popular "Dynasty" and "Road to Glory" modes return, once again allowing users to guide a single player
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  • Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Future Soldier (Xbox 360)

    Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is set about 10 or 15 years in the future, a time when advanced technology augments the squad-based tactics that have become the backbone of modern military operations. As members of a small team of highly trained Ghost operatives, players engage in strike-force styled missions designed for surgical accuracy and efficiency. Even the most foresighted plans are sure to unravel in the chaos of a live firefight, however, so players must also communicate with their teammates, in order to adapt to constantly changing mission conditions. A cooperative multiplayer mode allows up to four human players to work together throughout the game's main campaign, but even computer-controlled teammates are endowed with the tactical training and circumstantial awareness to support a solo player. When they say "ghost," they mean it. Of all the speculative weaponry featured in the game, no device in the
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  • Bioshock (Xbox 360)

    In BioShock, you take the role of an isolated crash survivor who discovers a city under the sea. This city, also known as Rapture, was once a utopia for scientists, artists, and industrialists. However, by the time your character takes his first steps into Rapture, the civilization has ceased to exist, and the place is nearly desolate. The signs of life your avatar finds are nothing like he's seen before. Creatures known as little sisters roam the streets of Rapture with enormous bodyguards called big daddies. Mutated humans drag their warped bodies around the city and attack you on sight. The goal of the game is to find your way out of Rapture while uncovering the mysteries behind its existence. As you explore the open environment, you must defeat big daddies and little sisters to obtain a material known
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  • Tomb Raider (Xbox 360)

    Gamers get a glimpse into the origin of Lara Croft as she struggles to survive on an isolated tropical island in Crystal Dynamics' reboot of Tomb Raider. The game finds the recently graduated Croft joining her treasure-hunting mentor Conrad Roth on an expedition into the Pacific Ocean's dangerous Dragon's Triangle. But a powerful storm splits their ship in half, and when the survivors wash onto shore they are greeted by dangerous terrain, fierce wildlife, and fortune-seeking scavengers. As always, players must use a combination of exploration skills and combat to escape alive. The Lara of this Tomb Raider isn't the steely heroine from previous games, but a frightened and injured young woman who is very reluctant to kill people, but slowly builds her resolve in order to rescue her captured friends. To reach that end, gamers can make use of a variety of upgradeable weapons and tools,
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  • Call of Duty Black Ops (Xbox 360)

    Activision's juggernaut first-person shooter returns for its annual assault on the bad guys with a focus on clandestine operations and deniable missions in Call of Duty: Black Ops. Developed by franchise veteran Treyarch, Black Ops marks a departure for the series, in that the action unfolds in neither WWII nor the nebulous "Modern" arena, but in the vast expanse of the Cold War. Players take control of several soldiers from the Studies and Observations Group (SOG), a multi-service special operations unit that, despite its seemingly innocuous name, carried out devastating precision assaults on enemy targets, captured opposition leaders, rescued downed pilots, and even conducted psychological operations. The 13-mission single-player campaign consists mainly of flashbacks culled from the memory of SOG member Alex Mason, and the action will take gamers around the globe for battles with the Viet Cong, the North Vietnamese Army, Russian soldiers, and Cuban Tropas.
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  • BioShock 2 (Xbox 360)

    Return to the underwater city of Rapture in this anticipated sequel to 2007's critically acclaimed first-person shooter. Set approximately ten years after the events in the original, BioShock 2 casts you in the surprising role of a "Big Daddy," the prototype for the lumbering giants encountered in the first game. Your nemesis is, fittingly enough, a leader of the "Big Sisters," who plans on returning Rapture to its former glory. The Big Sisters are forming a new army of minions by snatching unsuspecting girls from the surface. Your goal is to put an end to the sinister scheme. Unlike the Big Daddies from BioShock 2's predecessor, you are more agile and have the ability to use plasmids to augment your deadly drill and rivet gun. Thanks to the Big Daddy's distinctive diving suit, you can also explore the briny depths outside of Rapture, but you won't necessarily
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  • Madden NFL 13 (Xbox 360)

    EA Sports' definitive NFL football series returns to Xbox 360 gamers with a new real-time physics engine, redesigned passing, new announcers, and Kinect-enabled playcalling in Madden NFL 13. The new, more realistic passing gives quarterbacks 20 dropbacks, 20 different pass trajectories, eight in-pocket moves, and shovel passes, and now receivers and defenders must actually see the ball before they can make a play on it. Kinect gamers can also issue verbal commands to call plays, adjust blocking, send receivers on hot routes, and snap the ball. Madden NFL 13 has received a complete presentation overhaul designed to more closely resemble a real CBS broadcast. This includes dynamic in-game transitions, a live ticker, and commentary from Phil Simms and Jim Nantz. The new "Connected Careers" mode melds the traditional "Franchise" and "Superstar" modes, and combines them with a variety of online features. Gamers can
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  • SOCOM US Navy SEALs Confrontation (PlayStation 3)

    Sony's squad-based shooter series makes its debut appearance on the PS3 with online-only action for up to 32 players in SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs -- Confrontation. Tactic-loving gamers can battle in five North African themed maps, with each map supporting seven different game modes including tournaments and clan ladders. The game boasts of advanced physics, ballistics, and highly destructible environments, and players can customize their soldier's appearance by manipulating physical and facial characteristics. Gamers can participate in quick local battles using the advanced player-matching feature, or team up with the best their continent has to offer and take on worldwide opponents in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. DLC codes included with games may no longer be valid.
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  • NHL FaceOff 2001 (PlayStation)

    The 2001 edition of 989's well established hockey series features all of the team and roster updates that fans have come to expect from a first-rate line of annual sports titles. Expansion teams from Columbus and Minnesota are available, as are eight international clubs. This version of the game also offers new modes of play, including a practice mode and a shootout mode. The game keeps track of more lines and the line change AI has been improved. Players also have more control over their shots in NHL FaceOff 2001.
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  • Killzone (PlayStation 2)

    Developed by Guerrilla Games, Killzone is a squad-based, first-person shooter, set in the near future during a period of planetary colonization. Drawing inspiration from classical military conflicts of the 20th century, Killzone sets out to capture the intense reality of warfare between the ISA Command and a ruthless, militaristic separatist faction called the Helghast. Featuring four playable characters and several gameplay modes including single-player, multiplayer and online play for up to 16 people, Killzone allows players to equip themselves with an armory of more than 27 different weapons including 21 first-person weapons, five emplaced weapons, and hand grenades. More than 45 levels, encompassing 11 intricately detailed environments showcase the harsh setting of a war-ridden planet, coupled with a unique graphical style designed to capture the grit and realism of intense military engagements.
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  • Kill Switch (PlayStation 2)

    kill.switch is a third-person shooter that takes place amidst war-torn Middle Eastern cities, underground submarine bases, and other places. Cast in the role of an elite commando, players must carefully take out enemy snipers and guards while seeking cover behind walls, barriers, or other objects found within the environment. While the character ducks behind an object or presses against a wall, players can perform a technique called blind fire, which involves spraying bullets toward the general direction of an enemy without directly aiming at a target. The benefit to this procedure is the character will avoid damage from counter fire, since he remains out of sight behind an obstacle while firing the weapon. Players must carefully plan their attacks in order to beat the overwhelming odds stacked against their success. Enemies will work together in teams to flush out players from their hiding spots and coordinate
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  • Tekken 3 (PlayStation)

    Tekken 3 is the third installment of Namco's premier 3D fighting game franchise. Converted from the arcade to the PlayStation, Tekken 3 ran on the technology called the System 12 board. It is a step better than Namco's System 11 board, which is nearly identical to the PlayStation. The trick was to pull off a conversion to fit with the console's architecture and technology, and they did just that. Tekken 3's fighting styles range from street fighting to beautiful ancient oriental fighting styles. Each of the 20-plus characters features a different style (Kung Fu, Capoeira), some of which must be mastered before using adequately. At first, you have 10 fighters to choose from but as you complete the individual story/arcade modes, you will unlock that person's counterpart. Their story is represented by various intro and ending cinematic sequences. As in the previous Tekken titles, each character has an
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  • Spider Man 2 (PlayStation 2)

    Spider-Man returns to PlayStation 2 in a game based on the July 2004 feature film starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. Using a revamped 3D engine that offers an interconnected world instead of standalone levels, players swing past skyscrapers high above New York City streets as they respond to residents in need. Meanwhile, Doctor Octopus plans on taking over the city with a combination of deadly force and criminal ingenuity. Those familiar with 2002's Spider-Man on PlayStation 2 will notice a number of changes to the interface, game play, and look designed to improve upon some of the earlier title's shortcomings. Instead of swinging along a horizontal plane while outdoors, attaching the webbing to an invisible ceiling, players will be able to fire webs at all angles but only on visible surfaces. To help secure webbing to objects, an onscreen cursor will target
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  • Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations (Nintendo DS)

    Phoenix Wright prepares for his final courtroom appearance in Trials and Tribulations for Nintendo DS. The defense attorney with a flair for the dramatic must outwit coffee-guzzling lead prosecutor Godot, who wants nothing more than to prove Wright wrong. To help win each case, players must once again collect evidence, interview suspects, examine crime scenes, and find inconsistencies in witness testimonies. The second game's "psyche-lock" system returns, where the goal is to reveal a character's hidden secrets during interrogation. Trials and Tribulations adds the ability to participate in earlier events in the Ace Attorney timeline, including the opportunity to play as Mia Fey in two of the game's five pivotal cases. The play mechanics are otherwise the same as in previous titles, with the touch-screen interface used for the investigation phase, and the microphone used to say (preferably with feeling) "objection" or "hold it!" during the
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  • Paws & Claws Dogs & Cats Best Friends (Nintendo DS)

    THQ's entry in the animal-rearing genre features an assortment of 3D puppies and kittens to groom, play with, and train. Eight breeds include Huskies, Dalmatians, Maine Coons, Siamese, and more. Stylus-driven activities involve giving baths, petting coats, going on walks, and feeding tasty treats. Players are encouraged to train their animal so it can compete in various obedience and agility shows. Pets can be taught to sit, stand, stay, shake paws, and perform other tricks via stylus or microphone. Each animal's health, cleanliness, happiness, and skill levels are monitored throughout activities, offering players open-ended goals to accomplish each time they visit their canine companion or feline friend. In addition to completing "quests" on one of four maps, players can participate in games of Frisbee, fetch, and hide-and-seek for some lighthearted
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  • Super C Contra 2 (Nintendo)

    In the sequel to the fast paced shooting adventure "Contra," you are once again called upon to save the planet from an attack of despicable alien creatures. New weapons are at your disposal to take down the hideous alien beasts that dare cross your path. The action is played out mostly in side-scrolling areas with a couple of over-head levels included for variety. Gamers can also team up for 2 player simultaneous shooting action. There is no save feature in Super C. Just all out war to the bitter end.
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  • Littlest Pet Shop Spring (Nintendo DS)

    The fourth Littlest Pet Shop game for Nintendo DS celebrates the season of new life with a selection of 20 virtual, vernal animals, just waiting to be adopted and cared for by a player with a kind heart and a gentle stylus-stroke. Pets can interact with their owners in four seasonally themed worlds. A selection of mini-games allows players to unlock new accessories, such as hats and sunglasses, that the pets can wear. The game includes exclusive pets, accessories, and playsets, but players with the Spring edition of Littlest Pet Shop can share their pets with players of other Nintendo DS editions of the game.
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  • New Super Mario Bros (Nintendo DS)

    They may be geezers of gaming history, but the New Super Mario Bros. edition for the Nintendo DS shows Mario and Luigi are still in prime shell-stomping form. Play through eight worlds of volcanoes, islands, mountains, and pipes. Using wireless technology two players may play cooperatively, or go head to head in Mario vs. Luigi mode. Mini-games allow up to four players to compete against each other. New power-ups include the pump-up mushroom, and new moves include sliding into enemies using shells. Watch out for the 3D versions of Goombas, Piranha Plants, and Cheep Cheeps.
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  • DK Jungle Climber (Nintendo DS)

    The sequel to 2005's King of Swing on Game Boy Advance, DK: Jungle Climber stars characters and elements introduced in Nintendo's Donkey Kong Country series on the 16-bit Super NES. Diddy Kong now tags along on Donkey Kong's back to help his uncle complete objectives. Once again the action primarily involves using the left and right shoulder buttons to climb on pegboards with Kong's left and right hands. New features include levels spanning two screens in height, additional moves and items, and an assortment of mini-games to unlock. Characters and backgrounds in Jungle Climber are rendered with a 3D effect, mimicking the style used in the Donkey Kong Country series. The single-player adventure mode has gamers guiding both Donkey and Diddy in a quest to stop King K. Rool's nefarious plans.
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  • Sonic 3D Blast (SEGA Genesis)

    The popular series continues as Sonic 3D Blast puts Sonic, everyones favorite blue hedgehog with an attitude, in the three dimensional environment of Flicky Island, home of the Flickies, little birdies that contain the secret of the hidden Chaos Emeralds. Unfortunately, Sonic's arch enemy Dr. Robotnik, mad scientist and despicable miscreant, learned of the emeralds first. Using his robot creatures to capture the birds and set up intruder defenses all over the island, he plans to steal the Chaos Emeralds and use them to rule the world. As Sonic the Hedgehog, you must explore the dangerous Flicky Island, gather up all the captured Flickies, and transfer them to the dimension rings, sending them back to the Flicky dimension. The once tranquil island is now an obstacle course of spike traps, frozen paths, lava beds, shock weapons, and robots. To break open a robot
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  • After Burner (Sega Master)

    After Burner is a home port of the arcade hit. You play the part of a Navy air captain known as "The Ace." Players pilot an F-14 Thunder Cat capable of Mach 2 and equipped with a targeting computer, missiles, and a Vulcan 20mm cannon. The enemy plans on taking over the world, and they have a strategy to make it work. Their plan is divided into two parts and has been hidden in various parts of their country. Those plans have been located by Naval Intelligence, and they need you to retrieve them. Enemies you will encounter include jets, helicopters, and flying fortresses (extremely large jets). From a third-person, behind-the-jet view, players can maneuver up, down, left, and right, as well as perform barrel rolls. A total of 18 stages must be completed in order to win the game. Three lives are provided from the start, and
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  • Black Belt (Sega Master)

    Black Belt is in many ways a typical side-view-perspective-save-your-girlfriend karate game. Players punch, kick and jump through six repetitive chapters of punks, sumo wrestlers and other enemies, including bosses. Chapters have a 99 second time limit, and power-ups can be snatched out of the air for invincibility, extra lives and other perks. However, despite a certain lack of originality, the game is challenging and a lot of fun. Players must survive a constant onslaught of enemies, and power-ups are tricky to jump up and grab since enemies are usually underfoot. Also, the game offers a number of audio/visual delights, including detailed oriental backgrounds and enemies that break into pieces (accompanied by matching sound effects) when hit.          
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  • Columns (SEGA Genesis)

    Columns is an action puzzle game that has you manipulating groups of three connected jewels in order to create matches horizontally, diagonally, or vertically. Each match of three or more will remove the colorful gems from the playing field, as additional columns fall from the top of the screen. Create combo chains to improve your high score and advance to more challenging, faster-paced levels. In addition to the main play mode, where you attempt to clear jewels for as long as possible before the columns eventually block the top of the screen, a "Flash Columns" option is included that involves solving puzzles by removing a flashing jewel before time expires. Columns features both solo and head-to-head play against a friend. Multiple difficulty settings and starting levels are included for a custom challenge.
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  • Paperboy (SEGA Genesis)

    Get on your bike and deliver the news in PAPERBOY. Get the paper to your subscribers and break the windows of the non-subscribers, avoiding the many obstacles that get in your way, including kids on tricycles, dogs, traffic, and pedestrians. If you get through the neighborhood, earn more points with the bonus track at the end of each stage. Get the news to your customers on time with PAPERBOY.
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  • World Cup USA 94 (Sega Game Gear)

    The game is viewed from a bird's eye-view perspective. Game time may be customized from as short as a minute per half to the full regular 45 minutes. A coin toss is determined by the 'home' team and play will commence. Depending on the options set before the match, the gamer may opt to have less dribble control (resulting in the game ball sliding in the direction of the player movement); manual goalkeeper control which puts the player in control of all goalkeeper saves and kicks; ball-trapping, of which the player will not be able to shield the ball and allows opponents to snatch it away without necessitating a tackle; and no pass-back rule which was implemented during World Cup '94 where a keeper may not pick up the ball whenever an outfield player passes it back to him. If the gamer opts for manual goalkeeper control, the player would have
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